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New MOOC on the early history of the Quakers starts on October 3
A new online course Radical Spirituality: the early history of the Quakers, starts on October 3.Learn More
Clash of the Toon Titans
FASS joins forces with Lakes Comic Art Festival to stage a battle of comic superstarsLearn More
FASS plays key role in telling the story of the North
Leading Lancaster University academics will help Melvyn Bragg to tell the story of the north in a brand new BBC Radio 4 series.Learn More
Wordsworth: Poetry, people and place
Study Wordsworth on our award-winning, free online course. Starts 5 SeptemberLearn More
New Fellow will help champion AHRC priority area
A Lancaster University academic is set to take a pivotal role in shaping the research landscape in design.Learn More
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£2 million of postgraduate funding for 2016 in the Arts & Social Sciences
Professor Paul Ashwin of Educational Research writes for THE on the challenges of making global comparisons of teaching and learning
Dr Gary Potter from the Law School talks about poaching and 'green criminology' in his article written for The Conversation.
Should all victims of crime have the right to meet the perpetrator? Dr Ian Paylor writes in The Conversation
Dr Ian Paylor writes in The Conversation on the pros and cons of what is called “restorative justice”. This is where the victims of crime have a chance to meet or communicate with offenders.
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